I have to admit that was a bit excited about finding this fancy letter S image. I was beginning to think that I had found all of the various versions of it. Print foundry letters like this one were commonly used in books around the turn of the last century – this one was found in Flowers of the Hunt from 1889. The print foundries sold both presses and the movable type to put into them to create each page.
This print foundry letter is of the letter S, as you can see. It has some berries and a single flower. It looks like the four petals only represent about a third of the overall size of the flower.
Hopefully, this fancy letter S image might be just what you need to spruce up your own literary or other artistic work.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.